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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by JBJ16, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. JBJ16

    JBJ16

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    From concealed (4 o'clock IWB holster)
    draw to last shot C.O.M double tap @ 5yards.

    Wish I had more time and resources to practice.:embarassed:
     
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    Now, do a 50 yard sprint first to the shooting line and wear gloves. That will give you a closer idea of what an adrenaline dump and loss of fine motor skills feels like.
     

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    and do it after dark.
     
  4. Short Cut

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    Airsoft guns can be a useful tool for your training. Of course it can't be the only tool, but a good airsoft gun will fit your holster and feel very similiar up until the shot breaks. The beauty of it is you can practice at home and even in the house. There's no better practice than frequent repetition, but that can be difficult to do if you have to go to a shooting range and ammo cost can really add up too.

    Anyways, just something to think about. :patriot:
     
  5. JBJ16

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    Really would like to try that :cool:
     
  6. MarcoPolo

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    Research the OODA loop. Then take a Force on Force class. Timed draws when you are on the "A" of the OODA loop are good to measure the mastery of your mechanics, but little else.